The City of Angel’s Community Choirs, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, is an innovative new Choral Arts program in the San Fernando Valley dedicated to enhancing the musical life of singers from ages 6 years and up. A program all to its own, the COACC provides both adult and children’s choir ensembles. Also unique to our organization, the children’s choir program transforms into a musical theater camp during the summer.  Our strategic presence in the San Fernando Valley allows residents an opportunity to find a high quality program that is local, and comparable with first rate choral ensembles otherwise located in the city.


Each season begins with a summer musical workshop where our youth engage in a 6 week intensive rehearsal schedule culminating in a Disney Showcase. We have performed at both parks, and recently made history as one of the first children’s choirs to perform on California Adventure’s newest stage.  Our season continues with all choirs taking stage at our October Fall Follies Dinner Theater. During a wonderful night of fine dining, our audiences are also treated to exceptional musical theater entertainment with a silent auction. We conclude the calendar year with our December Winter Concert; a favorite among our audiences.


In the spring we have performed various community operas with the Los Angeles Opera. Every year in April, the COACC hosts its very own Peace Choral Festival. In past years we have honored and raised awareness and money for various charities and causes including the community of Sandy Hook, the University Catholic Center at UCLA, St Ferdinand Church, and the LAPD Devonshire Police Activities League Supporters (PALS). Most recently we paid tribute to the families and community of San Bernardino.


In the spring our season culminates with our annual May Spring Concert.



We participated in an East Coast tour in June of 2018 which will included a performance at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Boston and Newtown, Connecticut where we will performed for the community of Sandy Hook.